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Diana Ross' Daughter Chudney & Grandkids Enjoy Spending Time Together Amid COVID-19 Outbreak in Photos

Pedro Marrero
Mar 20, 2020
12:20 A.M.
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The mother-of-two is finding the courage and patience to cope with the covid-19 outbreak in her beautiful children, and she is sharing a message of positivity in social media in an attempt to help others endure this crisis.


44-year-old TV producer Chudney Ross, the youngest daughter of the legendary singer Diana Ross, is treasuring the extra time she is enjoying with her two children in these difficult times for humanity, in which we are forced to withdraw.

As she posted in her Instagram account a few days ago when the situation around the coronavirus outbreak started to intensify in the US, Chudney is making use of one of her “talents” to “see the light in a dark situation.”



The mother-of-two shared a loving image of herself holding her daughters 7-year-old Callaway Lane and four-month-old Everlee Ernestine, shared with her husband of five years Joshua Faulkner, as she reflected about these times.

“Keeping it together truly may be too much to bare right now. We need to come together (in spirit) and support each other in these uncertain times.”

-Chudney Ross, Instagram, March 13, 2020.



Chudney also reminded her fans that staying home and practicing social distancing not only are ways to protect ourselves from contagion but also what we can do for others, especially vulnerable populations, by lowering the spread of the disease.

“The unknown is scary, but this too shall pass, friends. Stay positive, stay well, hold your loved ones tight and wash your hands!” was Chudney’s uplifting message for those who read her.



Chudney knows that reducing human interactions to the minimum is the wisest thing to do while the covid-19 crisis lasts, but she doesn’t hide that staying home is actually a thrill for her, since she gets to spend her days with her little girls.

“What if we reframed our thinking about all that is going on and truly tried to enjoy this time?” Chudney suggested in another post.

She also invited all the people that don’t have children to cheer them up and keep them busy, to communicate remotely with a friend, enjoy a little fresh air on their own, or watch a funny TV show.



Evidently, staying at home means something very different when your home is a 3,300 square feet mansion with four beds and plenty of amenities, like the one Chudney and company purchased in Venice, Los Angeles back in September.

The lucky family acquired the property for $3.3 million, in the lavish seaside neighborhood that is rapidly-gentrifying, attracting a lot of wealthy and celebrated buyers.We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!